is the CIHR and PHAC Chair in Family Planning Public Health Research, and Associate Professor in the at the University of British Columbia
As a career offering diverse experiences, challenge and intense satisfaction, academic family practice surely cannot be beat. Many of us may have begun our academic practice early in our career, particularly those of us who were biomedical clinicians-scientists. However, for me the journey to a full academic career, as maybe more typical for family practice clinician scientists, developed over several decades.
Although my early practice-only years in a , accessible only by ferry or float plane, came with long hours and difficult decisions ...continue reading →